Diane has developed and conducted art therapy programs for children and adults with disabilities in school, residential and vocational settings. She has been active on state and national art therapy boards and is an Honorary Life Member of the Buckeye Art Therapy Association. Her approach to art therapy is multi-sensory and she is dedicated to promoting personal creative growth for individuals of all abilities. Diane Meros is the former Clinical Director and Assistant Professor of the Ursuline College Graduate Counseling and Art Therapy Department. She is a graduate of Ursuline College and holds post graduate training certification from the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. Her personal hobbies include silk painting and creating beach glass jewelry.